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Granby Board of Health COVID-19 Holiday Protocols

COVID-19 Holiday Best Practices:

To help keep yourself and others safe against COVID-19, we recommend following the state's best practices:

  • Limit gathering size: Indoor gatherings at private residences are limited to 10 people, and outdoor gatherings at private residences are limited to 25 people.
  • Individuals should stay within their household: For a lower-risk celebration, people should limit in-person holiday gatherings to only people they live with or limit the gathering to a small group of individuals with whom they are regularly in contact.
  • Avoid travel: Anyone considering travel should review and abide by Massachusetts travel orders, and people who want to travel to another state that is not a lower-risk state should be aware of the quarantine requirements involved with such travel.

The holidays will necessarily look different this year, and we appreciates all that our students, staff, and families are doing to limit their risk of contracting and spreading COVID-19.


Mask Breaks:

As of 11/13/2020-The Board of Health has taken a hard stand on the mask break policy. In response to this, we have determined that this policy of taking breaks from wearing masks while indoors, other than for eating and drinking, is not permitted.